Obituary : Dante Daniels death, Boy beaten with hammer while protecting sister dies

By | December 4, 2016

SOUTH SACRAMENTO, CA (KTXL/CNN) – The grandmother of an 8-year-old boy is grieving after he was beaten to death with a hammer while trying to protect his young sister from molestation.

Dante Daniels, 8, never made it to his second day of third grade. Early in the morning of Sept. 1, investigators say his mother’s ex-boyfriend, 23-year-old Deandre Chaney Jr., attacked Dante with a hammer.

Chaney Jr. murdered the 8-year-old while the man was engaged in the crime of committing a lewd act on Dante’s 7-year-old sister Danae, according to a criminal complaint.

“Trying to save his sister from this child molester, and that’s why he was beat the worst,” said Dante’s grandmother, Monique Brown. Keep Reading 

 “Standing for the national anthem is pretty basic. The “take a knee” crap basically gives the rest of us the finger. By injecting politics into football, Goodell and company are basically giving our half of the country (i.e. those of us who respect the anthem and what it stands for) the finger as well. It’s sad, but I am likely to “take a knee” on the NFL this season. How can I support an organization that clearly disrespects MY values? And that’s where this crap takes us.” – B. Chmieleski 

If anybody should be fired, it’s Goodell.

At this point, if you are still watching nfl football after they promote and encourage disrespect to Our Anthem, Our American Flag, Our Armed Forces, Our Law Enforcement, Our Nation-

You no longer have to keep up the pretense of being Patriotic.
If you haven’t stopped watching for this alone,
You already took a knee

The Star-Spangled Banner” is the U.S. national anthem. The lyrics come from “Defence of Fort M’Henry”, a poem written on September 13, 1814 by the 35-year-old lawyer and amateur poet Francis Scott Key after witnessing the bombardment of Fort McHenry by British ships in Baltimore Harbor (“rockets’ red glare”, “bombs bursting in air”.) Key was inspired by the American victory and the sight of the large American flag flying triumphantly above the fort. This flag had fifteen stars and fifteen stripes at that time.
If not for our brave Military standing up for our flag during this September 13, 1814 fight as well as other wars we would all be kneeling to our enemies demands today !

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